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  Reflection - With Mary in Advent

Nov 26, 2018
Mary is the epitome of the lowly, the marginalised, for whom “there is no room at the inn”.
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  Reflection - Not all wounds bleed

Oct 01, 2018
How is it,” a woman asked at a prayer meeting, “that though I really believe in God and pray to Him every day, my family is coming apart? And my neighbour, who never puts a foot inside the church, has everything going for her?”
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  Reflection - When praying is tough

Sep 01, 2018
How is it,” a woman asked at a prayer meeting, “that though I really believe in God and pray to Him every day, my family is coming apart? And my neighbour, who never puts a foot inside the church, has everything going for her?”
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  Reflection - Needed: Three new saints

Aug 06, 2018
If I had a wish-list for the church today, it would include a request for three saints of old to re-appear in a new guise. What the Church needs today is a new Augustine of Hippo, a new Francis of Assisi, and a new Thomas More.
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  Reflection - Strange things hiding in the shadows

Jul 16, 2018
To be a Christian is to live dangerously, honestly, freely to step in the name of love as if you may land on nothing, yet to keep on stepping because the something that sustains you no empire can give and no empire can take away.
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  Reflection - Mission in fragmentation

Jun 26, 2018
To be a Christian is to live dangerously, honestly, freely to step in the name of love as if you may land on nothing, yet to keep on stepping because the something that sustains you no empire can give and no empire can take away.
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  Reflection - Our Lady Help of Christians - Patron of Australia

May 09, 2018
With maternal love for us, Mary wants what is best for us - she wants Jesus for us, so she urges us, “Do whatever he tells you” (John 2:5).
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  Reflection - The devil is in the detail

Apr 12, 2018
We are then told in the text that the fish caught that morning numbered 153. Did someone actually count them? A man had been raised to life, an absolutely unprecedented and incredible event, and yet note was taken of the size of the catch.
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  Reflection - The Last Supper

Feb 28, 2018
When this meaning is lost and the Eucharist becomes more of a church ritual than a dynamic call for commitment to community service then we will have empty pews and fewer Christians.
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  Reflection - Close the distance not the gate

Jan 25, 2018
Our mission as disciples of Jesus is not to be gatekeepers. We need instead to work at closing the distance rather than closing the gate.
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